Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Call your Congressmen TODAY!

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,

On behalf of all the unborn, mothers, and Christian healthcare workers who are caught in the crossfires of the abortion holocaust in this nation, I urge you to call your congressmen (if you have not done so already) to register your voice that abortion should not be funded in the health care legislation that is to be voted on soon.  If you have the time, a personal phone call to each congressman's Washington office can really do a lot of good.  (The office staff are always very courteous, and it feels good to have your voice  heard!)

You can easily find contact information for your Senators and Representatives by going to these websites:

When you call your senators, here is a suggested text for you to say (taken from the Catholic Key blog):

“During floor debate on the health care reform bill, please support an amendment to
incorporate longstanding policies against abortion funding and in favor of conscience rights.
If these serious concerns are not addressed, the final bill should be opposed.”

When you call your representatives, here is a suggested text:

“Please support the Stupak Amendment that addresses essential pro-life concerns on abortion
funding and conscience rights in the health care reform bill. Help ensure that the Rule for the
bill allows a vote on this amendment. If these serious concerns are not addressed, the final bill
should be opposed.”

Let us do everything we can to curb further funding of abortion in this country.

And may the power of God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit bring this holocaust to an end so that children live and souls be saved.  Let us beg for the intercession of all the saints, angels, and our mother Mary for these petitions.

In Christ,

ps.  I've been swamped with work lately, but stand in awe of the incredible things that have happened in the Church in the last few weeks.  The Holy Spirit is moving in powerful ways bringing many separated brothers and sisters back into the fold.

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